- Feb 12, 2011
I have no personal experience of these kinds of things, but I witness them all with my own eyes. The question is how we as Han Chinese respond.Muslims who performed poorly in their new jobs would be sent to a place to "learn".
I heard a relative of mine say the ethnic minorities at the factory where he works pick things up too slowly. He felt they were not as smart as the Han people. Another friend who worked in a state-owned enterprise said their unit had no ethnic minority members, and were not planning to recruit any. Another classmate mentioned that she hated "meeting Uyghurs" when taking the train because they were "noisy, smelly and dirty".In the time I’ve lived away, people have got used to this level of control and it disturbs me.
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